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Stephanie Keen | Singapore | Hogan Lovells

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India > Foreign firms

Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee draws on expertise from across its large international network to support clients doing business in, and from, India. Core areas of strength include infrastructure development projects, investments, capital raisings, restructurings, disputes and IP. Stephanie Keen leads the team from Singapore and is a key name for corporate M&A and private equity matters. Counsel and former practice co-head Soumitro Mukerji left the firm in early 2022, while Biswajit Chatterjee joined from Squire Patton Boggs in July 2021 and now jointly leads the team alongside Keen.

Indonesia > Foreign firms

Leading M&A and private equity partner Stephanie Keen heads the Indonesia practice at Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee, which is noted for its capability in corporate and finance transactions, often involvoing a cross-border element. Counting Navis Capital Partners and Madison Pacific Trust, to name a few, among its key roster of clients, the team has demonstrable experience across the technology and telecoms, energy and natural resources, financial services and education sectors. Finance specialist Charlie Clayton-Payne and Nick Williams, a key contact for restructuring and insolvency matters, bring a wealth of experience to the practice.

Singapore > Corporate and M&A: foreign firms

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Stephanie Keen – Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee

Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee leverages its Silver Circle status and team of over 500 M&A lawyers, spread across six continents, to support on a wealth of multijurisdictional transactions. Its Singapore office serves as a regional hub for investments into South and Southeast Asia is fronted by Stephanie Keen, who previously practiced in London and New York, and is a household name for M&A, LBOs, equity offerings and corporate restructurings. Key sectors include life sciences, healthcare, technology, telecoms, energy and financial services.